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Saturday 2 October 2004

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News & features published on 2 October 2004
I'm a councillor, get me out of here!

SE1's Notre Dame RC Girls' School and Riverside ward councillor Stephen Flannery are taking part in a spoof of ITV's reality TV show as part of a drive to interest young people in local politics.

City Hall filled with rubble ... in the name of art

The ground floor of City Hall is to be filled with hundreds of anti-war placards embedded in cement and rubble this month as part of a unique mixed media installation.

Immigration controls to leave Waterloo

Full UK immigration controls on Eurostar services will move from London to Europe, following a deal between the UK and Belgium Governments.

Saatchi stuns critics with gallery clear-out

The Saatchi Gallery at County Hall will be cleared of installation art by the likes of Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin in the new year and filled instead with the more traditional medium of painting.

It's Young versus Old in The Cut

A war of words has broken out on The Cut, with Young Vic bosses accusing the Old Vic's Kevin Spacey of encouraging dull, formal theatres by criticising noisy audiences.

1 million still needed for Young Vic rebuild

Another 1 million is still needed to fund the rebuilding of the Young Vic theatre in The Cut, it was revealed at the ground breaking ceremony this week.

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